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Experiences of Children Exposed to Parental Post-traumatic Stress Disorder While Growing Up In Military and Veteran Families: a Systematic Review Protocol
The objective of this review is to understand how parental Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) might impact children growing up in military and veteran families. The following question will guide and inform the review: ...
Toward a Model of Military Family Resiliency: A Narrative Review
Over the years, the construct of resilience has been increasing in complexity, indicated by the lack of consensus in its definition, operationalization, and measurement. Resiliency in military families is of particular ...
Occupational Therapy and the Families of Military and Veterans
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Mental Health Services Use Trends in Canadian Veterans: A Population-Based Retrospective Cohort Study in Ontario
Objective: A substantial evidence base in the peer-reviewed literature exists investigating mental illness in the military, but relatively less is documented about mental illness in veterans. This study uses provincial, ...
Operational Stress Injuries and the Mental Health and Well-Being of Veteran Spouses: A Scoping Review
This article presents the results of a scoping review of literature focusing on the relationship between operational stress injuries (OSIs) in military veterans and spousal mental health and well-being. Using elements of ...
Distance-delivered Interventions for PTSD: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluated the efficacy of distance-delivered, guided approaches to treatment (e.g., delivered via telephone, Internet, mail, videoconferencing) for clinical and subclinical ...
Occupational therapy: Addressing performance and participation issues for military personnel, Veterans and their families
Occupational therapists bring a distinctive perspective to the health and well-being of military personnel and Veterans. Occupational therapy’s emphasis on participation, finding meaning and purpose in activities, time use ...
A retrospective cohort study comparing non-fatal self-harm emergency department visits between Canadian veterans living in Ontario and matched civilians
This was a retrospective cohort study linking provincial administrative databases to compare rates of non-fatal self-harm between CAF and RCMP veterans living in Ontario and age-matched civilians. This study included male ...